A Personal Journey to the Heart of Teaching

A Personal Journey to the Heart of Teaching


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This is a story about decency, family politics, family, fear, and triumph.

Teaching is the canvas but the portrait is so much richer and more colourful. This book will capture and absorb you. Fear of failure is a powerful motivator and as John Fioravanti battles and defeats his demons you will find yourself cheering for him as if he were contesting a sporting event.

Teaching is not a discipline confined to schools, and the lessons in this book about planning, listening, empathizing and sympathizing have applicability to all professions and walks of life − from a police lieutenant training officers to a sales manager teaching sales representatives and everything else in between.

John Fioravanti shaped, elevated, and improved the lives thousands of young people. After you've read this short story, you'll be fulfilled and uplifted.

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ISBN-13: 9780993655807
Publisher: Fiora Books
Publication date: 05/12/2014
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.38(d)

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Rebecca_C More than 1 year ago
This book will touch you to the core of your being as you learn how John came to his calling as a teacher. Life leads us in the path we should go. Join John as he struggles with his inner battles--his cycle of gaining and losing confidence as his demon took control--on his own journey and discovers the little clues along the way that helped him make the decisions that ultimately changed his life and that of others. He looked within himself and at the advice from family and friends to find his way. Words of encouragement helped him stave the demon of doubt. He tells of his successes with students who reached out to him after he was no longer their teacher. So, not only did he teach his students, but he learned from them as well. He provides great insight into what makes a good teacher. We all deserve to have a teacher who so inspired us. I had mine. I hope you've had yours.